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International Cuisines Made East with SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses

August 19, 2014 Industry News
Industry News

With the introduction of the SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses, Rational has succeeded in making significant innovations for professional kitchens worldwide. The market leader has expanded its cooking system to include numerous applications for Indian, Chinese, Japanese, and South American cuisines.

With the SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses, Rational has brought the first cooking system that has real intelligence into the market. In doing so, the manufacturer has created new possibilities for international cuisines. All of the popular local foods and traditional dishes from different countries are available to customers at the touch of a button.

The variety is endless: from Indian Tandoori and Japanese chicken Tsukeyaki to Chinese dim sum and Brazilian Pao de Queijo, Rational has equipped the SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses with more than 20 new applications.

"In addition, our customers can also expand their menus with international dishes," says Fredrik Rasmusson, corporate chef at Rational USA.

Customers do not need to know any applications or recipes to do this. All they need to do is set the desired result. "The SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses recognizes the size, quantity, and condition of the products, determines the ideal cooking path, and always shows the chef what it is doing," adds Rasmusson.

Anyone wanting to develop or refine their dish can find suggestions in ClubRATIONAL. There are more than 6,000 recipes available.

In order to offer professional chefs this variety, Rational chefs have been traveling all over the world for years. "We are continually working with our customers' in their kitchens in order to learn about foods from all over the world. We know exactly how people cook and what their guests like," reports Rasmusson.

The southern German manufacturer has now implemented this knowledge and experience of chefs from many different countries into its SelfCookingCenter 5 Senses. 

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